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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    I love the classics.....


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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Dean Martin provided us with so much entertainment....how can you not love such a national treasure?


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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    A "must have" for those who collect vinyl...the "Strangers in the Night" LP containing my favourite Sinatra song:



    "I lost you to the summer wind....."

    Who can't relate to this?

    Wow....great stuff!

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    and one of my absolute favorite songs. i got to see tony rice with allison and union station at the Fox a few years back at the fox. incredible show.

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    and now for something completely different

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?



    Sam Bush, Bobby Hicks, and Allison Brown "Wayfaring Stranger"



    Bluegrass Brothers "Six Hours on the Cross"



    Big Fat Gap "Traveling the Highway Home"
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    The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by bamachile View Post


    Sam Bush, Bobby Hicks, and Allison Brown "Wayfaring Stranger"





    Bluegrass Brothers "Six Hours on the Cross"



    Big Fat Gap "Traveling the Highway Home"
    i got to see allison brown a couple of times and she was great. once she opened for doc watson and another time i got to see her at eddies attic

    eta: i love the vocals on the six hours on the cross. thats some serious southern drawl
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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    im trying to get this into our repertoire for the bluegrass mass we play a few times a year. i did an arrangement with fiddle, guitar and 3-part harmony (2 male one female) for a christmas service a few years ago. its a fun song to sing.

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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lyve_egY8o

    Sorry, can't get video to post. It's Van Morrison,
    "These Are The Days."
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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    I cannot get the video to post but I like Johnny Cash's cover of Nine Inch Nails "Hurt". He also did a cover for Soundgarden's Rusty Cage that is pretty good.
    I also enjoy "Highwayman" with Waylon Jennings, Kris Krostofferson, Willie Nelson, and Johnny Cash.
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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Earlier this week, I was listening to Birmingham Mountain Radio and they played this song by Neil Young. I had never heard of it before, but it is such an incredible song. His voice is so high here...if I didn't know it was Neil Young, I might have thought that it was a woman singing.




    My other big thing right now is one of my very favorite 1990s bands, The Screaming Trees, recently came out with "The Last Words: The Final Recordings". And it is such a great album. They came out with it back in 2011, but I just found out about it a couple months ago. I don't know how I missed that. This is my early favorite song on the album.



    Enjoy, Stacy.

    And actually, for songs that aren't live performances, you might be able to go and just search on the lyrics somewhere instead of listening to the entire thing.
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    Re: What music are you diggin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    i got to see allison brown a couple of times and she was great. once she opened for doc watson and another time i got to see her at eddies attic
    Can't get enough of Brown, Rice, Bush, and Skaggs.

    Quote Originally Posted by 92tide View Post
    eta: i love the vocals on the six hours on the cross. thats some serious southern drawl
    Yeah, the BG boys' look is horrible, but their voices are classic.
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